Monday, June 11, 2012

60 People Killed so far in June

Periodico Noroeste. 6-11-12

60 People Killed so far in June

In the first 10 days in June there have been 60 homicides in 11 municipalities in the state.

CULIACAN (Sinaloa) . Last month there were an average of 4.9 homicides every day; but in June the number rose to 5.8 murders a day.

With the homicides committed this month, there have been 709 murders committed so far this year, and 2,617 from the day Governor Mario Lopez Valdez began his administration.

In the first few days of this month they killed the coordinator with the Federal Ministerial Police, a State Ministerial Police officer and a Culiacan Municipal Police officer.

Federal Ministerial Police commander Saul Carrasco Villa was abducted on Thursday, May 31, and was found a day later murdered and burned in Guamuchil.

On Tuesday, June 5, Officer Raul Castelo Salomon of the State Ministerial Police was murdered while he drank alcoholic beverages in Valle del Carrizo, in Ahome.

On Friday, June 8, in Culiacan, officer Cesar Geovany Ochoa Acosta with the municipal police was murdered as he arrived at his home in the Colonia 10 de Mayo neighborhood.

This year, 17 law enforcement officers have been murdered, of whom 11 were municipal police officers, 5 were members of the State Ministerial Police, one was a member of the State Preventive Police and one was with the Federal Ministerial Police. [Note: The story specifies 17 homicides, but the numbers given add up to 18.]

Last Saturday, in the Badiraguato municipality on the border between Sinaloa and Durango, three minors and four adults were ambushed. The young men were attacked by gunfire while they were on an unpaved road in a pickup truck.

Of the 60 homicides committed this month, 24 were perpetrated in Culiacan, 11 in Ahome, 7 in Badiraguato, 5 in Mazatlan, 3 in Guasave, 2 in Salvador Alvarado and Juan Jose Rios, 2 in El Fuerte, and one each in the towns of Navolato, Sinaloa, Choix and Mocorito. [Note: Again, the story specifies 60 homicides but the numbers given add up to 58. One likely explanation is that there were two homicides each in Salvador Alvarado and JJR. This interpretation is consistent with other reports from these areas.]  

18 comments:

  1. 60 are they also counting the ones that missing because their already dead its got to be like 150

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  2. Only in Mexico can s o many people die and zero people get prosecuted or even arrested for the crime. Cartels have the system on lock, must be nice to get away with anything you want and have the cops, politicians, government officials in your pocket, Mexico lindo y querido si muero lejos de ti... saludos de Rancho El Calvario Morelia Michoacan

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  3. Mexico needs jesus.

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  4. Sounds as though Mexico is out of control,do you think so? DUH!

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  5. I was in the parking lot when this popped off. Fully automatic weapons, people screaming, the whole enchilada. Lots of violence in the Vallarta area since the Pan-Am games left.

    http://www.noticiaspv.com/archivo/207540

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  6. Another paper I read on the internet with GREAT photos. They get taken down quickly though

    http://www.siemprelibres.com/portada.html

    This was one hell of a firefight. M67 grenades were introduced.

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  7. 17 more found in Veracruz

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  8. Are thease people trained dogs? Tell how many people that have been kidnapped and then let go to live another week? None!!!!! So, why do they let themselves get kidnapped? They will get tortured and mutilated alive!!!! If your luck runs out and you get kidnapped in Mexico, put up a fight and got shot right on the spot!!!!!! 99.9 chance that that death is better than being tortured and chopped up.......

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  9. Anyone as a reporter in BB put this video up... http://www.guerradelnarco.com/2011/12/interrogan-y-ejecutan-3-preseuntos.html?m=1

    G(-)057

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  10. THEY WEREN'T ABLE TO KEEP VALLARTA'S MEGA INCIDENTE UNDER WRAPS THIS TIME WERE THEY? TOO BIG?

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  11. Don't take this so sensationally. When Chapo invaded Juarez, there were 11 killed ever single day for years and years. This violence has little impact on any cartel. And the real cartel players never get touched. Just the flunkies and crooked cops. This has gone on for 10 days. Those that think El Chapo is such a great guy, imagine what Juarez felt about him when 11 murders a day continued for 1,000 days. I hope he gets what he has coming.

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    1. CD. Juarez seems like either ""©hapo"" ain't fighting for it no more or ""©a®®illos"" lost ((or vis versa the loosing part)) .

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  12. Mx advice to Mexicans...go to the any gas station clheck your tire pressure,clean your windows,fill up with gas,then stab the attendant multiple times with a sharp object. Only because he is a halcone anyway....you need to do your part at putting an end to this!!!

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  13. 60 homicides are u kidding me its way more then that what about the body piles los zetas or beltran leyva are leaving against chapo

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  14. anybody see this:

    http://www.mcclatchydc.com/2012/06/12/152109/drug-cartel-is-accused-of-laundering.html

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  15. @ hey Zeta cheer leader relax. those bodies you talk about are from with in they are beltranes , expendables.

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    1. Hey Chapo Mayo cheer leader relax.Those bodies you talk about are members of the Sinaloa Cartel,sorry fo ruin your illusions.

      Beltran Leyvas coming strong from the South of Sinaloa or better yet the state of Nayarit and from the north,Sonora,while Carillo Fuentes are coming strong from Chihuahua and Durango,and Zetas are coming deep from Zacatecas and enter Sinaloa mixed with beltranes from Nayarit and mixed with Carillo Fuentes from Chihuahua and Durango.

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  16. @12:35 the link took me to a video that says cannot be viewed. Is it the one from 2010?

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